This Week in Gambling: Could Trump help online gambling?
This week in gambling, the news includes the state of New Jersey asking U.S. President Trump to help its online gambling industry. Also, Antigua would like Trump to end its decade-long fight with the U.S. over internet betting.
APCW Perspectives: Online gamblin' wheelin' and dealin'
This week, J. Todd continues to watch the Ladbrokes-Coral merger play out as the gambling industry gets more interesting. Also, Rank and 888 talk about purchasing William Hill, and Antigua talks about how to collect millions from the United States.
The BiLLe Lotto presents million-euro prize cheque to small-town Canadian player
Small town Ontario woman wins $1.3 million BiLLe Lotto prize
Antigua to pursue sanctions against the United States in decade-long trade dispute
Antigua seeks final WTO approval of its sanctions in order to compel the United States to either comply with the rulings in Antigua's favor in the gambling dispute or to negotiate a fair and reasonable solution.
US fires back at Antigua over WTO dispute
Next round in WTO dispute between Antigua & Barbuda and the United States puts it back on the WTO slate for January meeting.
Antigua and Barbuda protest proposed U.S. online poker bill
Antigua and Barbuda already making uncomfortable noises about the implications of Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid's proposed online poker bill.
Online gambling tension ongoing
Antigua took its online gambling dispute with the United States to yet another WTO meeting last week.
Back to the WTO for Antigua?
Antigua may take "discriminatory trade practices" case against the US after recent raids on poker sites.
Kahnawake Commission in unique gambling pact
First ever inter-jurisdictional pact is signed by Kahnawake Gambling Commission and Islands of Antigua and Barbuda.
Caribbean gambling sites allowed to advertise in UK
International news brief: Gambling sites in Antigua and Barbuda will be allowed to advertise after it strengthened the regulation of the industry.
Clarion Gaming announces record attendance numbers for EiG
A total of 1,544 delegates attended the European i-Gaming Congress & Expo that took place in Barcelona, Spain last week from Sept. 23-25.
The Do's and Don'ts of Online Gaming Conferences in Barcelona
I learned many lessons during my very enjoyable and very informative trip to Barcelona for the GPWA Conference at EIG and CAP Euro. As a 3.5 year online gambling conference attending vet, I hope you take my advice into consideration as you can potentially learn great things from me.
Costa Rica, Antigua file for WTO arbitration
Costa Rica and Antigua separately filed for World Trade
Organization arbitration on January 28, seeking compensation from the
United States as a result of the U.S. withdrawal of its commitment on
cross-border gambling services.
New affiliate networking event announced for EIG Barcelona 2008
EiG, the world’s largest iGaming event, has added a new feature called the Affiliate Zone to cater to affiliates and affiliate programs.
US urges Antigua to delay WTO sanctions on Internet gambling
International news brief: The United States Friday urged Antigua to hold off on imposing sanctions authorized by the WTO in a dispute over online gambling, saying Washington was revising its WTO commitments.
Antigua eyes big win against U.S. in gambling case
International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda expects to receive a big damage award from the World Trade Organization in a long-running Internet gambling dispute with the United States.
Antigua, Barbuda's claims expected to reach $7 billion
International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda’s claims against the US are likely to reach as high as $7 billion as the internet gambling dispute continues.
Antigua, Barbuda not on UK white list
International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda is not on the list of foreign remote gambling jurisdictions approved to be white listed by the UK Gambling Commission, released yesterday.
Expert says Antigua unlikely to gain entire $3.4 billion in WTO dispute
Antigua & Barbuda, which has requested $3.4 billion in compensation from the U.S. after winning a WTO dispute over Internet gambling, most likely will have to settle for a much smaller amount according to John Jackson, an international economics law expert and professor at Georgetown University Law Center.
Antigua gets Caricom support on Internet gambling
International News Brief: Antigua & Barbuda said it has gained the full support of fellow Caricom member states in its on going Internet gambling dispute with the United States.
U.S. faces seven compensation claims in WTO online gambling case
Casino City has confirmed that seven compensation claims have been filed against the U.S. in its ongoing WTO online gambling case with Antigua and Barbuda.
Industry reaction to WTO compensation claims muted
While the compensation claims filed by Antigua, the European Union, Japan and India against the U.S. government have made headlines in mainstream media, industry experts don't expect any of the claims to change the U.S. government's stance on Internet gambling.
Antigua claims $3.4 bln from U.S. over gambling ban
International News Brief: Antigua and Barbuda said it's entitled to $3.44 billion in compensation from the U.S. in a World Trade Organization dispute over an American ban on Internet gambling.
Antigua tells US prepare for frustration in WTO battle
International News Brief: The US effort to withdraw from its World Trade Organisation (WTO) obligation to grant market access to online gambling countries may drag on for years, Antigua & Barbuda’s Attorney Mark Mendel said.
Antigua & Barbuda heat up fight against US
International News Brief: Antigua & Barbuda has called on the 150 members of the World Trade Organisation to file claims for compensation against the United States, the latest move in its trade dispute with the US over Internet gambling.
Keeping out legal gambling
The biggest news over the last few years for Internet gambling has been the attempt by many governments to keep out foreign legal operators.